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Microsoft Touch mouse review
Posted on 3-Jan-2012 13:56 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

Imagine you have a mouse and a touchpad, all packaged together in one single product. Thatís pretty much what the Microsoft Touch mouse is.

Lenovo E320 review
Posted on 20-Dec-2011 09:39 Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

Lenovo has released a small laptop that brings in more performance than "netbooks" could provide.

Solder:Time LED Watch review
Posted on 15-Aug-2011 16:35 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

A new look for an old classic: the LED watch as a DYI electronic kit.

iTwin remote file access review
Posted on 27-Jul-2011 12:36 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

This time we review a small gadget, separated by distance but always connected...

AOC Razor 23 inch LED monitor review
Posted on 1-Jun-2011 17:06 Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

One of my current LCD (I have two plugged into my laptop on a three monitor setup) is an old AOC model. So I was quite happy to have a new AOC Razor LED monitor around here for a couple of months to test.

Acer Iconia A500 review
Posted on 18-May-2011 14:16 Reviews, Android, by M Freitas

One of the first Android 3 Honeycomb devices to be available in New Zealand, the Acer Iconia A500 tablet is a beautiful thing and it was fun to have it around in the last couple of weeks.

AR.Drone review
Posted on 11-May-2011 15:42 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

You get lots of fun when you join augmented reality, mobile devices and flying machines.

Motorola Universal Portable Power Pack review
Posted on 11-May-2011 15:13 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

What do you do when your mobile device runs out of battery in the middle of the day? You get one of these out of the pocket and keep going...

NETGEAR NeoTV 350 review
Posted on 25-Apr-2011 11:48 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

The new NETGEAR media boxes are a welcome evolution of its previous products.

Lexar Professional SDXC 64GB card review
Posted on 25-Apr-2011 11:03 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

Lexar recently announced SDXC cards with large capacities, including 64GB and 128GB. Are they the real thing?

Windows Phone 7 review
Posted on 2-Nov-2010 13:58 Reviews, Windows Phone, by M Freitas

We look at Microsoft's new attempt to break into the smart mobile market.

Current Cost EnviR review
Posted on 26-Oct-2010 15:45 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

Knowledge is everything - so they say. And knowing where your energy usage is going is half way through savings. We look at Current Cost devices, a way to connect to Google Powermeter in New Zealand.

The QNAP TS-659 Pro+ review
Posted on 4-Oct-2010 15:06 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

The brand new QNAP TS-659 Pro+ is yet another example of a small, but fully featured NAS box, mostly designed for office use, but also useful at home - if you have the budget for it.

Motorola Milestone review
Posted on 12-Aug-2010 14:31 Reviews, Android, by M Freitas

The first high end Android device to come to Telecom New Zealand, with the latest available OS version for this model.

Polycom IP335 review
Posted on 29-Jun-2010 15:51 Reviews, VoIP, by Steve Biddle

Iíve played with a large number of IP phones over the last few years and have always been impressed by Polycomís range of IP phones. Polycom have dominated the audio and video conferencing market for a number of years due to their high quality products and have established a huge following in the VoIP market in recent years.

The Apple iPad reviewed
Posted on 20-Apr-2010 16:27 Reviews, Apple, by M Freitas

The Apple iPad is available in New Zealand, through parallel importing channels and we had the chance to try one for ourselves.

Vodafone 3G vs Telecom XT
Posted on 20-Jan-2010 21:59 Reviews, 3G, by Steve Biddle

Whether you realise it or not, New Zealand is one of the luckiest countries in the world when it comes to mobile phone networks. We have two nationwide 3G WCDMA (Wideband Code Division Multiple Access) mobile networks that both deliver coverage to approximately 97% of the population.

NETGEAR EVA2000 Digital Entertainer Live review
Posted on 29-Nov-2009 16:13 Reviews, DVB and HD, by M Freitas

We look at this small box with thousands of possibilities - bringing online digital media content to your living room.

Flip MinoHD review
Posted on 6-Nov-2009 10:29 Reviews, DVB and HD, by M Freitas

We go hands on with the most popular solid state HD camcorder, just launched in New Zealand.

Two mouse devices you can use on glass: Logitech M950 and Microsoft Wireless Mouse 5000
Posted on 22-Oct-2009 15:43 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

Both Microsoft and Logitech always come up with very good quality input hardware. So I tested two of their latest mouse devices to see which one would come out better.

Synology DS209+II NAS review
Posted on 15-Oct-2009 16:04 Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

So what's not to like on this unit? Hard to say: it's small, quiet, offers a lot of features that help users enjoy their content from home or the Internet, and with up to 4TB of storage available it is an interesting proposition.

Panasonic Blu-Ray DVB-T DMR-BW850 review
Posted on 15-Oct-2009 12:09 Reviews, DVB and HD, by M Freitas

A beautiful Freeview receiver, lots of features, Blu-Ray recording capabilities - and still missing just the last one thing.

Samsung Series 7000 LED TV review
Posted on 7-Sep-2009 12:30 Reviews, DVB and HD, by Steve Biddle

Upon unboxing the TV the most striking features is how thin the TV is Ė at 29.9mm itís one of the thinnest TVís on the market. In terms of technical specifications Samsung have left nothing out. The TV features a Full HD 1920 x 1080 panel, Internet access and more.

HTC Snap review
Posted on 3-Aug-2009 14:54 Reviews, Windows Phone, by M Freitas

The HTC Snap is the first Windows Phone on Telecom's XT Network. How does it perform?

Jabra BT530 headset and USB adapter review
Posted on 27-Jul-2009 13:30 Reviews, Bluetooth, by M Freitas

A surprise awaits when you use this headset for voice calls over IM services - it's easier than you think.


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